Comparison is the thief of joy !

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Hey Lovely Mamas !

Hope you all are enjoying a great weekend !

I’ve some questions on my mind , Do you compare your children with other kids ? Do you compare your small business with others ? Do you compare your life with others ? Do you compare your blog with others? Do you compare yourself to others ?

Most of the time we are comparing ourselves to things we see on other people’s social media. But guess what? We are seeing everyone’s highlight reel and comparing it to our everyday reality. Comparison is easy, tempting, and available with social media we have at our fingertips . But life is not meant to be compared, it’s meant to be enjoyed. Comparison is the thief of joy .

Remember, Your kids are unique,they have different skills,talents,knowledge Each one is blessed differently . God has created  each one of us with unique skills and inner power . Stop comparing your children with others . Kids may feel insecure and comparison develops inferior complex and jealousy among children . Encourage them to be Unique .

Are you focusing on your weaknesses and putting yourself down? It’s easy to doubt yourself and feel that I’m nothing special. Negative self-talk generates negative energy. Even if you don’t ever say out loud what you think about yourself, people can sense it on an energetic level. Therefore, the negative self-talk will keep your dreams out of reach, hence blocking your success.Comparison is the dream killer .

Comparing ourselves to others and trying to live up to others expectations, is a thief of dreams. Every person’s journey is his and hers alone to decide what that looks like. Do what makes you happy and what makes your heart sing and invest in the discovery of what you uniquely bring to the world.

Let’s let go of the comparing and don’t let ourselves get caught in the trap of comparison. Why compare yourself to someone when you were uniquely created?Go be YOU!

Your story is unique & different and not worthy of comparison . Don’t compare your chapter one to someone else’s chapter 30 . Do you find that you compare your WORST with other’s BEST on social media? DON’T DO IT.  We all have flaws, but that’s not usually what we see online. People like to show their best. Focus on the awesome parts about you… “the good angles” … and just compare yourself only to the girl you were yesterday. That’s your competition. 

“Stop comparing yourself.” Do not compare yourself to others my friends. We are all on different journeys, we all have different histories. In this world, there is a huge tendency to compare ourselves to others. Let’s spend less time comparing ourselves to others and being jealous of what we think we lack and spend more time being grateful for what we have, especially during this wonderful holiday season. You are all amazing, you are all beautiful, you are all wonderful. Focus on you, focus on your family and spend more time bringing yourself up and not down. We are all here to learn from one another. We’re all unique, which means we bring something different to the table just by being ourselves. Let’s enjoy all that uniqueness… in yourself AND in others. Happy Saturday my friends! 

Love Always , Devi

 

Author: Lucky Mom Inspires

Welcome !! Hello! Thank You For Coming To My Little Corner Of The Internet! I’m So Honored That Our Paths Crossed. I’m A Big Believer Of ‘Everything Happens For A Reason’ And For Some Reason… We Were Meant To Connect. It’s Super Nice To Meet You ! I’m Devi , A Mother,Social Media  Aficionado, Recruitment Specialist With Software Client Across USA , Indian Born, Coffee Addict , Loves Positivity,Family,Pink,Glitter,Food,Self-Care routines,Quotes,Music,Cricket And Lot More.. . . This Is My ‘Happy Place’ I Write About Motherhood,Motivation,Personal Development,And All That Which Sparks My Mind To Inspire Women To A Happy And Successful Life .My Biggest Hope Is That I Can Inspire Other Moms Like So Many Of You Have Inspired Me. Come Join Me In Living An Inspired Life. Stay Here For Positivity, Confidence, Strength, Happiness And More About Motherhood/Parenthood. Take A Break From Your Chores And Look Around, I’d Love To Help You To Gain A New Perspective On Your Busy Everyday Life. May Be Start From ‘About Page’ And We Will See How It Goes. Love , Devi <3

18 thoughts on “Comparison is the thief of joy !”

  1. Yes I think this happens all the time, not just moms but like you said comparing to other businesses, lives etc and if you don’t pay attention social media feeds into it like you said. Thanks for the great reminders 🙂

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  2. I don’t compare my kids to other because all kiddos are different and special. I used to be bad about comparing myself to others though…. then I turned 43 and realized I don’t give a flying leap if I compare to others LOL 🙂 I like me just the way I am….

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  3. Great read. You have to compare with yourself, to improve yourself, better than yesterday. Just take little steps everyday to make good life.

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  4. I love this post! One of the other things we need to stop doing is comparing one friend to another. I see soooo much of that (“she has six kids and does this that and the other thing and you only have four so obviously you should be doing more….”) and it’s never helpful.

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  5. I totally agree. Trying to compare yourself to others is a futile endeavor. We are created differently and excel in different areas. How boring it would be if we were all the same! Loved this post so much.

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  6. Beautifully written. Comparing ourselves to others is the hardest thing for women not to do sometimes. We are all so uniquely special and that’s what’s amazing about life.

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  7. My son was delayed in speech. His dad was so worried and compared him to all the other kids that he was barely able to enjoy it when our son did start to talk. I think as parents we all worry too much.

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